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  • ATTENTION! As of November 1, 2020, you are not able to reply to threads 6 months after the thread is opened if there are more than 500 posts in the thread.
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    RT-AC3100: Current state of stock firmware

    I made that exact change on a whim last night, but I didn't opt into the alpha version, I'm on 384.19 stable for now. (Bad experiences with some previous alpha/betas of other things, lol) I actually did use your M&M config as a base to my router firmware flashing/upgrading procedures with my...
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    RT-AC3100: Current state of stock firmware

    Hello, I just have a pretty simple question regarding the latest ASUS firmware's, my RT-AC3100 is currently rocking F/W 384.81116, which I realize is now just over a year old at this point, and usually I'm pretty on top of keeping my routers up-to-date, but I have been pretty lazy for the last...
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    AC3100 log spam

    Sorry for such a late response, work had me tied up for the week. Not in this household, my other household I set up my network in had a few Fire Sticks and such, but I didn't have any interference or any issues with those. We do, however, have Xfinity X1 cable boxes here. I don't think the...
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    AC3100 log spam

    I supposed I should stop lurking around and finally post a question, since searching around hasn't yielded any results. I recently bought my second rt-ac3100 for a second household, and was the first asus router I have used since using firmware 45149. I have had good luck with my first ac3100...
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